Originally posted by westcoast
Here is another MSM article that pretty much dismisses the rotten fish theory:
Foul smell reported across Southern California
But Andrew Schlange, interim general manager of the Salton Sea Authority, told NBC4 that it is not yet clear whether the inland sea is the culprit.
"We are in the process of trying to track it down," Schlange said. It would be unusual, he said, for a fish die-off to cause odors so far from the Salton Sea.
I believe this will end up being seismic related...or possilby volcanic. Given the huge area involved and historical info, I'm going with a presursor to a large eventedit on 10-9-2012 by westcoast because: (no reason given)
Also, according to Edgar Larkin (1906), who collected a great many accounts, the odour of hydrogen sulphide was noted in the area of Sausalito. He also reported that sulfurous odors were pungent in Napa County during the night of the 17th and 18th before the upheaval, and lasted all day. . . . From many of the letters it is clear that the entire region north and east of San Francisco is saturated with gases of sulfur origin. . . .
Originally posted by randomname
or maybe its california slowly sinking into hell for gathering the largest amounts of filth, shallowness, inhumanity and perversion the world as ever seen.
Originally posted by strafgod
I assume a gas leak wouldn't be the culprit with that large of an area being affected, in my area that smell is usualy a key indication of a gas leak but I dont believe the smell carries that far. Just far enough to find the leak I suppose.
Someone light a match?... Lol
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Originally posted by MegaMind
Isn't this just a touch north of where the swarms of EQs happened?
Originally posted by Brujobrett13
My judgement is telling me to GTFO of the state but how do I tell my boss that I think there might be a massive earthquake in the next couple days and I'm leaving town? Haha